The program consists of a rich set of workshops, activities and relaxation sessions. Yoga and meditation will be a part of daily schedule that everyone is encouraged to attend. The venue is set in a calm and peaceful environment near Lake Moogerah. The entire event will be held over 4 days and 3 nights. Each day offers a rich schedule of events including kiirtans, meditation, yoga, sports, workshops and evening cultural programs.
Please note that the official event begins on Easter Friday and finishes in the morning on Easter Monday. The program includes a welcoming ceremony at 9am on Friday (14th April). The welcoming ceremony is an important event as we will have an opening speaker, a group event and will share useful information for the retreat. The program structure below outlines the daily activities and is subject to change. More details about the workshop and cultural programs will be available at the event.
Volunteering and Participation in Cultural Programs. If you would like to participate in the evening cultural programs or volunteer to help during the event, please email us your details. We are looking for event coordinators, cultural program organisers and help with various other activities. We would be keen to hear from you.
Please note: evening cultural programs will be confirmed closer to the event date.
Cultural program activities being planned are:
All our food items are pure vegetarian, freshly cooked using fresh, natural ingredients and without onion, garlic or mushrooms. You will be pleased to know that we promote satvic, plant-based and cruelty-free diets to nourish our bodies. Please note that our food items do contain nuts, milk products, wheat and gluten.
Meditation in a group benefits most people who attend. At the retreat, you will have several opportunities to learn, participate and practice meditation with senior practioners. All sessions are free to attend at the retreat. Should you wish to arrange for a one-to-one meditation lesson, you will need to make prior arrangements with one of the organisers (note: one-to-one lessons are free of charge)
All beginners and advanced participants are welcome. You will need to bring your own yoga mat and please make sure you dress appropriately as some yoga postures involve stretching, twisting and bending.